CLE Catalog
CLE Catalog
Kelley Drye’s CLE Catalog provides a menu of continuing legal education content that can be tailored for presentation to your legal department and business professionals.

Use the filters below to browse topics by practice or industry, and please contact us if you would like to discuss a customized CLE presentation for your team.  Seminars can be presented on-site at your office, when safe to do so, or via webinar.

Kelley Drye is an accredited provider of NY, CA, IL and TX CLE and, when possible these programs will offer continuing legal education credits in those states. We will apply for CLE credit in other jurisdictions, upon request, but cannot guarantee approval. 

Practice Category


Advertising Counseling and Compliance, Privacy and Information Security Litigation, Privacy and Information Security Counseling and Compliance
Standing up and fortifying your company’s privacy program is serious business, particularly when new (and varying) privacy laws keep getting added to the books, and your day job to-do list isn’t getting any shorter. The speakers will discuss:   Practical insights on how the next generation of technology solutions are designed to account for the pains and gains of the past What programmatic privacy can actually mean Considerations for where and how to harm...
Consumer Class Action Defense, Food and Drug Litigation, Food and Drug Regulation
This presentation is an overview of the latest food labeling and consumer class action trends. The content is designed to help food companies stay on top of the regulatory priorities relative to claims and nutrition labeling and ahead of plaintiffs’ attorneys looking for their next false advertising case.
Advertising Counseling and Compliance, Consumer Product Safety Regulation
KEYWORDS: Advertising Law
This session will cover hot button legal issues and summarize significant developments in consumer product safety and at the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Advertising Litigation, Advertising Counseling and Compliance, Securities Litigation and Enforcement, Litigation, COVID-19 Response
The FTC has sent warning letters to hundreds of companies who suggested that their products can be used to prevent, treat, or cure COVID-19. The FTC has also issued warning letters for implied earnings claims connected to the pandemic, alleging that some companies have overpromised on the financial opportunities available. This session addresses the legal considerations companies should be aware of when marketing during these unique times to avoid consumer and competitor lawsuits, government ...
Fashion and Retail, Advertising Counseling and Compliance, Consumer Product Safety Regulation, Manufacturing
With the complexity of today’s product safety regulatory environment and the drastic increase in civil penalty amounts for failure to report safety hazards, it is more important than ever for manufacturers and retailers to identify and resolve potential liability issues confidentially before they have the potential to draw scrutiny from regulators and negative publicity. This session helps companies improve their internal compliance programs and decide how and when potentially hazardous...
Dietary Supplements and Functional Foods, Antitrust Counseling and Compliance, Food and Drug Regulation, Manufacturing
In this session, our food and drug law attorneys will review recent FDA and DOJ enforcement cases and trends, highlighting the government’s increasing reliance on criminal enforcement tools in actions taken against both companies and their executives for alleged violations of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and other laws. They will also address key issues presented by the Yates Memo and offer tips and best practices for navigating the current enforcement environment.
Food and Drug Regulation
KEYWORDS: Advertising Law
This session provides an update on FDA implementation and enforcement policies for domestic and foreign companies that are involved in the importation, manufacture, distribution, transportation, or marketing of food or food ingredients for consumption by humans or animals (pets, livestock, aquaculture, etc.) in the United States or U.S. Territories.
Dietary Supplements and Functional Foods, Consumer Class Action Defense, Food and Drug Litigation, Food and Drug Regulation
Claims about food help differentiate products, foster innovation, and convey important information to consumers. But what types of food claims are regulated, and by whom? How can you communicate the potential health benefits of your ingredients without running afoul of FDA and FTC rules and without exposing the company to risk of class action litigation? What ambiguities exist in the regulation of food claims? This session provides an overview of key FDA labeling requirements (including nutri...
Advertising Counseling and Compliance, Food and Drug Regulation
This session is based on our FDLI publication covering FDA & USDA labeling and advertising law topics for human food, pet food, dietary supplements, cosmetics, OTC drugs and OTC devices. The session can be tailored to focus on the products and claims that have greatest interest for the particular audience.
Consumer Product Safety Regulation, Food and Drug Litigation, Food and Drug Regulation
This session provides an update on FDA regulatory and enforcement developments (both product safety and labeling developments) concerning products in the “food and consumer health products” space (i.e., food - human/animal, dietary supplements, cosmetics/skincare, and OTC drugs and devices), an overview of key developments, and examines practical methods that companies can use to ensure they are taking steps to implement the latest rules in ways that offer the greatest value for t...
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